Dignity and freedom for all.
At Climate Talks, an Answer Grows Outside
by Luis A. Ubiñasposted Dec 09, 2010
- In Mexico, communities own and manage their own forests, a proven method for reducing deforestation.
Teen Bullying: It’s Up to Us
by Benjamin A. Talaricoposted Dec 02, 2010
- Why one gay teen is motivated to support the teenage victims of homophobic bullying.
posted Nov 15, 2010
- Video: Go behind the scenes of Lynn Nottage's Pulitzer-prize winning play.
Episcopal Church Works on Same-Sex Blessings
by Tiffany Ranposted Nov 14, 2010
- The birth of a new rite for gay and lesbian couples.
Why I Have Hope for Haiti
by Beverly Bellposted Nov 12, 2010
- When people ask me, as they do all the time, “Is there any cause for hope in Haiti?” I answer yes.
Trick-or-Treat, In Reverse
by Christa Hillstromposted Oct 29, 2010
- This Halloween, a new breed of activists is coming to your door: They’re costumed, committed, and about four and a half feet tall.
Slavery Goes Public
by Christa Hillstromposted Oct 21, 2010
- Are the products you buy tainted by slavery and child labor? A new California law can help you find out.
No One Is Illegal: Why We’re Signing the I-Word Pledge
by Sarah van Gelderposted Sep 30, 2010
- YES! Magazine is taking the pledge: We will not refer to people as “illegals.”
We Need Millennium Development RIGHTS, Not Just Goals
by Phyllis Bennisposted Sep 24, 2010
- Millennium Development Rights would transform the global struggle against poverty and provide accountability for governments, corporations, and others who deny those rights.
Raffi: Building A World Fit for Children
by Raffi Cavoukianposted Sep 16, 2010
- A movement to put children’s rights at the center of our collective decisions is taking hold—and it’s good news for adults, too.
U.N. Vote on Water, Sanitation Rights
by Daniel Mossposted Sep 09, 2010
- The resolution to act on the world's "most violated human right."
A Village Called Versailles
posted Aug 13, 2010
- Video: In the wake of recovering from Hurricane Katrina, Vietnamese residents discover the power of community in fighting against a toxic landfill being built two miles from their village.
Rejecting Arizona: States Say No to Anti-Immigrant Bills
by Suman Raghunathanposted Aug 11, 2010
- Despite the hype, states are finding lots of reasons not to follow in Arizona's footsteps.
At Last, a Human Right to Water
by Daniel Mossposted Jul 30, 2010
- Good news for thirsty people around the globe: The UN affirms the right to safe and clean drinking water.
In Arizona, A Human Rights Summer
by Jordan Flahertyposted Jul 30, 2010
- Arizona's notorious immigration law is now in effect—but so are strategies for resistance.